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Celebrate Black Heritage & Culture at ‘Letting OUR Voices Be Heard’ Event

In honor of Black History Month, “Letting OUR Voices Be Heard,” on Sunday, February 25, will feature dozens of Black performers and Black-owned businesses, including dancers, vocalists, instrumentalists, influential Black speakers, poets, natural hair specialists, visual artists, food trucks and others. Event admission is free, but registration is recommended.

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Financial Aid Advisor Speaks About Federal Student Loan Forgiveness

Financial Aid Advisor Kristen Mercado presented and spoke on a panel at the 58th Annual State Convention of the Connecticut NAACP, held recently at Foxwoods Resort & Casino. Mercado participated in a one-hour seminar that centered on federal student loan forgiveness, including supporting loan forgiveness to underserved populations.

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Alum Offers Insights Into Graduate School

Mitchell alumna Brittney Marcucci (’20) took time out recently from her busy schedule as a graduate student to talk to a Mitchell class about her experiences in graduate school. She offered insights into finding, applying to, and thriving in graduate school to a Graduate School and Beyond class taught by Nancy Parent, Ph.D.

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Children’s Learning Center Welcomes New Director

The Children’s Learning Center at Mitchell College recently welcomed Jill Fidrych as its new director. In her role, she will oversee the operations of the center and lead the staff in providing a nurturing and safe educational environment for its preschool program.

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Students Pulling Over at ‘Academic Rest Stop’

After conversations about the increasing prevalence of mental health concerns on college campuses, Dr. Tracy Y. Espy, Mitchell College president, and Dr. Betsy Beaulieu, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, sought to create a quiet place for students to decompress and feel welcome on campus.

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